Lower-than-expected sales early in the year have not caused manufacturers to pull back on production schedules in February. North American factories overall are hitting their production targets for the month nearly dead-on, Ward’s estimates indicate. North American auto makers produced an estimated 1,392,600 vehicles in February. Small shortfalls at the three biggest auto makers are being offset by increases at Toyota Motor Mfg. North America Inc. and Nissan North America ...
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